Kanab is a small, quaint town that sits in the southernmost reaches of Utah, a stone’s throw away from the region’s iconic national parks.
International Airport

Most of our guests fly into McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada (LAS), and from there take a shuttle bus to St. George, where their guide meets them and transports them to Kanab. It takes a little time to get to us, but we promise it’s worth it!
All the ground shuttles will be organized by us at the time of booking. Your only responsibility is to get yourself to the meeting point at the right time, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Connecting flights

You may also choose a connecting flight to the closer Saint George, UT airport (SGU), a great alternative to the longer shuttle from Las Vegas. Just let us know at the time of booking and we’ll make sure you’re picked up by your guide.

Driving from Las Vegas, Nevada

The drive takes approximately 3.5 hours. Remember that Kanab, Utah falls in the Mountain Time Zone, so it’s an hour later than Nevada and California.
Take I-15 north from Las Vegas. Drive approximately 6 miles past St. George, Utah and take exit 16 (Hwy 9) into Hurricane, Utah. Go approximately 10 miles and turn right at the Hurricane, Utah, Main Street traffic light. Go one block and turn left at the 4-way stop onto Hwy 59. Drive approximately 55 miles into Fredonia, Arizona. Turn left (north) at the stop sign onto Highway 89, and drive 7 miles into Kanab, Utah.

Driving From Salt Lake City, Utah

The drive takes about 6 hours.
Take Hwy I-15 south about 220 miles. Take Hwy 20 (exit 95) east for 20 miles to Hwy 89, where you’ll turn right (south) to Kanab.

From Phoenix, Arizona

The drive takes about 6 hours. Remember that Arizona doesn’t observe daylight savings time, so from April to October, it is essentially in the Pacific Time Zone and therefore an hour later than Kanab. Take Hwy I-17 north to Flagstaff, then Hwy 89 north through Page, Arizona to Kanab.
Important: In the interest of safety and to avoid fines, please observe speed limits. Also, mule deer are plentiful in the area year-round, so take care when driving, particularly from dusk to dawn.


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